Accor North America
"The Accor online reservation system is one of our most important revenue channels and a critical touch point for serving customers of all our North American properties. SecureSphere enables us to protect this business critical infrastructure from attack and data theft, while at the same time allowing our IT staff to be alerted of any unusual activity as it occurs. Imperva is helping us protect the security and privacy of customer data, and gain unprecedented visibility into who is accessing this critical operational system."
Jeff Winslow, CIO
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee
"Web and database communication has become integrated into nearly every BCBST production system. So protecting our Web applications and database is a key element in safeguarding the private health information of our members and partners."
Chris Levan, CIO
"The Dynamic Profiling capabilities of SecureSphere automatically detect who is doing what and makes sure that what they are doing is not unauthorized. Suspicious activities are flagged and my team alerted. Best of all, SecureSphere ensures that we aren't bothered by false positives. "
Roger Herman, DBA, Brock University
Global Business Cuts $90 Million in Excess IT Costs
Global Financial Services Enterprise
The solution is compact yet powerful, using a high-port-density configuration with minimal power consumption. The benefits of this sophisticated joint solution are significant for the Financial Company, whose customers can now rely with confidence on the security of their confidential information.
Intuition Systems, Inc.
"Deploying a Web Application Firewall was the most efficient and cost effective solution for us to comply with the PCI Data Security Standard. SecureSphere was the easiest product to deploy and configure, and delivered the best performance in our tests. When we learned about its ability to also monitor and protect databases, we expanded our project scope and deployed this functionality as well. With Imperva we have a complete solution for data security and PCI compliance. "
Jean-Pierre Zaiter, CIO, Intuition Systems
Leading International Bank
Online Gaming Company
Partner Agent, Inc.
"Imperva, in addition to always blocking threats, sends out alerts when anything dangerous develops without us having to constantly keep an eye on the console. With limited human resources within our means, Imperva guarantees easy and absolute security, and protects vital customer information. These, I believe, are the greatest merits of adopting the Imperva solution."
Yuji Tajiyama, Leader, Information Systems Department
"Our decision to purchase FireEye and Imperva resulted from a change in philosophy. Like most companies, we were focused on protecting the perimeter, but with the advanced threats we're seeing today, you can't stop people from getting inside. We decided to take a data-centric approach, to concentrate on making sure they can't get to our business critical information."
Bradley Walker, IT Security Manager for PSCU
"I personally would recommend Imperva to other financial institutions… based on the fact that it brings world-class support, best-of-breed technology, and truly a solution that I think is cutting edge to a high-risk environment."
Ross Bobenmoyer, VP of Information Security
(English | Deutsch)
Tech Giant Secures Data and Saves $2 Million Annually
Richard also discusses how WAF can be used as a unifying technology that brings together development and operations teams. Finally he explains why he chose Imperva SecureSphere above competitors, and how Imperva offers the best solution for TechSoup Global by providing a superior: user interface, policy management system, profiling and learning capability, architecture flexibility, and ability to integrate database and Web application protection through a single solution.
Tokyo Institute of Technology
"The SecureSphere Web Application Firewall fully protects the content of our websites and the alerts provide detailed updates regarding the current firewall status that contribute greatly to Tokyo Tech's security measures."
Professor Masahiko Tomoishi, Global Scientific Information & Computing Center